Behringer 2500 eurorack

Behringer showing arp 2500 eurorack modules,

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Never thought Behringer would be such a large Eurorack player, but they seem headed that way if this becomes real.

ADDED: I read that Behringer is working with AMSynths again for this (they were in on the Behringer 2600 too) — this is a very smart move. This also is a subtle signal that the 2600 is close to launch, hence they can work the next phase.

There will be some amazing synergy, being able to mix 2500 modules with other Eurorack.

ADDED: Four modules of the 2500 series are available for pre-order. These modules are all going to be amazingly inexpensive. More in another SynthAnatomy article:


Tim Shoebridge has put a demo video up. It does sound good.

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The last of the Behringer 2500 series, the 1050 Mix-Sequencer, is now complete and available.

This module has a variety of configurations either as a mixer, or as a sequencer.

Just a guess, but I’d think Behringer will be doing a 2500 package deal product too.


Curious why there isnt more noise about the 2500 on the net.
Its the only thing they have made that has made my ears prick up. How close to Eliane Radigue style drone outs will the full 2500 set get?


The few videos I’ve watched about it seemed to be more interested in using it as a more standard sounding synth, but it doesn’t sound quite right to my ears, sounds too clean and a little sterile.

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Behringer I think you were trying to spell there, Behringer.


Bet we won’t see an A/B comparison on this one.


Cant really say I’d buy one, and the individual modules have no appeal to me as I dont collect eurocrack. If I had the chance to play with one, yeah sure I wouldnt mind a twiddle.

I mean, a 2500, come on.

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Here’s the list of the Behringer 2500 Modules with prices in USD.

Dual Envelope Generator Module 1003 – 16 Hp — $79
Oscillator Module 1004 – 16 Hp — $109
Modamp Module 1005 – 16 Hp — $109
Filtamp Module 1006 – 16 Hp — $109
Dual Noise / Random Voltage Generator Module 1016 – 14 Hp — $109
Clocked Sequential Control Module 1027 – 32 Hp — $139
Dual Envelope Generator Module 1033 – 16 Hp — $89
Sample & Hold / Random Voltage Module 1036 – 16 Hp —$109
Multimode Filter / Resonator Module 1047 – 16 Hp — $109
Mix-Sequencer Module 1050 – 24 Hp — $149

In case you missed it in the thread, these were designed by AMSynths for Behringer.

ADDED: Total for ten modules with no discount $1110.

ADDED: Module widths.

NOTE: The 1003 and the 1033 are nearly the same, the 1033 has a controllable delay added in front of the envelope.


Yeah, thats another detail that caught my attention. :slight_smile:

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Oh. The B clocked sequential control is fixed at 8 steps.

The original was 10, and flexible to allow 6 or 9 steps or what ever.

Thats a shame.

Maybe Erica will step up after the Perkons is in production and do a proper clone of the 2500.


It’s not fixed at 8 steps. Just like on the original you patch the “Position Gate” output back to the Reset to make sequences of shorter lengths.

Note how the control knobs are staggered to fit eight in a 3U format. I suppose ten might have been done with shaft only pots. I like the knobs with the colored cover caps and the extra space, they’re easier to adjust.

I’m pretty sure you can chain the 1027 for a greater number of steps if you want. Behringer put a 12 pin connector on the back, so you can connect this to another 1027, or a 1050, without more cables on the front. It’s inexpensive enough you can afford to have two and go to 16 steps. ( I need to test this to be completely positive it works like that. )

Funny how Behringer gets hit when they duplicate the function of something, and then gets hit again when they don’t. This is what’s called a double bind.

But i’m willing to keep an open mind.


Cool. I got the information from watching that Tim Shoebridge youtube video.

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First play with my little Behringer ARP 2500 system.
Slow steps forward but jolly good fun :blush: